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Tweet of the Week
I remember when email was useful. Now it's all - Confirm your email address for Slorp - Thank you for creating a Slorp account - Slorp is now BONTO! - BONTO!'s terms and conditions have changed. - BONTO! misses you. - BONTO! is shutting down. — @Smingleigh
- GPS (ciechanow.ski)
Bartosz Ciechanowski built an amazing interactive blogpost that explains how GPS works and why.
- How "Engineering-Driven" Leads to "Engineering-Supremacy" (charity.wtf)
Charity explains how Honeycomb went from an engineering-driven company to hiring people with actual degrees and experience in other fields (Sales, Marketing, etc.) and the dangers that come with being engineering-driven.
We DO NOT hire engineers who talk shit about sales and marketing.
- Times are great for programmers now. How does it end? (vaghetti.dev)
Douglas Vaghetti explores different ways programming work could evolve.
- Editing stuff in prod (rachelbythebay.com)
Rachel about the bad practice of editing your production deployment and when it can be necessary.
- SPAs were a mistake (gomakethings.com)
Chris Ferdinandi about the complexity SPAs introduce and how your browser already does that for you with a traditional website.
- Stop Storing Secrets In Environment Variables! (blog.forcesunseen.com)
Matt Hamilton argues that instead of storing secrets in environment variables you should use ephemeral file system mounts.
- Reasons for servers to support IPv6 (jvns.ca)
Julia Evans has 12 reasons why you would want to support IPv6.
- Rust's Rules Are Made to Be Broken (blog.warp.dev)
Chuck Pierce explains four Rust concepts that “break” existing rules.
- Inspecting Web Views in macOS (blog.jim-nielsen.com)
Jim Nielsen about a way to inspect system web views on macOS (e.g. System Settings). Thanks, Jan!
Cutting Room Floor
- Notes apps are where ideas go to die. And that’s good. (reproof.app)
Matthew Guay about the importance of writing things down to close open loops and why, in their opinion, second brain systems don’t work. Thanks, Michal!
- The Ultra-Introverts Who Live Nocturnally (theatlantic.com)
Faith Hill has talked to nocturnals, people that sleep during daytime and enjoy the dark, calm night and discusses its effects on their mental health. Thanks, Mom!
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